Sir Nicholas Bonsor
Bonsor has also held a number of directorships on the boards of mining and energy companies, including London Mining, a company which developed iron ore mines for the steel industry before it went into administration in 2014. , 
The company was involved in a major controversy in Greenland where voters feared ministers were surrendering their country’s interests to multinational mining companies. 
Bonsor is a long-time euro-sceptic, having voted three times against the bill implementing the Maastricht treaty. The treaty created the three-pillar structure of the European Union which integrated the union and led to the creation of the euro. 
Bonsor inherited the title of baronet and is a Vice President of the Standing Council of the Baronetage, a social network which provides advice to those wishing to prove their succession to a baronetage, according to its website. 
In a 1996 article in The Independent, his views on women and family were described as follows: “He believes women should stay at home and rear the children (he has five). His open detestation of ‘screeching and squawking’ feminists is not normally conducive to quick promotion at Westminster.” 
Stance on Climate Change
Bonsor is the honorary director of development of the UK’s main climate denier thinktank, the Global Warming Policy Foundation. The group was founded by former Chancellor Nigel Lawson with the purpose of combating what the foundation describes as “extremely damaging and harmful policies” designed to mitigate climate change. The foundation’s “Academic Advisory Council” has been called a “Who’s Who of current climate change sceptics.” , 
- Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) — Director of Development. 
- Conservative Party — Former MP and minister of state for foreign affairs. 
- United Kingdom Independence Party — Supporter of Nigel Farage’s 2010 election campaign. 
- Egerton International Limited — Director. 
- Soulbury Enterprises Limited — Director. 
Sir Nicholas Bonsor does not appear to be active on social media.
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- Ashley Armstrong. “Ebola-hit London Mining collapses into administration,” Telegraph, October 16, 2014. Archived December 20, 2018. Archive.fo URL: http://archive.fo/UqXyO
- Terry Macalister. “Greenland government falls as voters send warning to mining companies,” Guardian, March 15, 2013. Archived December 20, 2018. Archive.fo URL: http://archive.fo/cH7W7
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- “Ed Miliband clashes with Lord Lawson on global warming,” BBC News, December 6, 2009. Archived December 20, 2018. Archive.fo URL: http://archive.fo/47R7w
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